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A most valuable experience in a child's lifetime is the story of when a parents or grandparents roll up in a reading wheelchair with the newborn. To be the protagonist in a story about his or her experience, just think how pleased a kid would be to take part in the story.
All our histories have been carefully written under the supervision of teachers, physicians and children's developers. We have a collection of storytelling topics that are important for kids and their parents, such as a new addition to the home, the first schooling, going to the dental practice, the move to a new town and much more.
As soon as you customise these histories, you can store, reprint and relish them for years to come.
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Have you heard your own story? I focused on telling tales and tales - because I wanted to familiarize each of the 350 participants with my story. Let's be frank..... no one will know your own story better than you. Frankly, everything's simpler when you know your own story.
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Emmeline Pankhurst's own story
The first election campaign took place in London on 19 February 1906. There were between three and four hundred girls in this parade, impoverished workers from the East End, who led the way in which countless numbers of girls of all grades would do so. However, the policemen did not try to scatter our lines, but simply ordered us to roll our uprights.
So without the flag, the parade came into Caxton Hall. I was astonished that it was full of females, most of whom I had never seen before at an electioneering. We met very enthusiastically, and as Annie Kenney spoke, the message came to me that the King's address (which is not the King's at all, but the officially proclaimed government program for the meeting) was reading, and that there was no reference in it to the issue of women's voting rights.
It was the liberals who advocated the right of the nation who ordered that no woman should ever again be allowed to stand in their fortress. Members' pressures turned out to be too great and the regime gave in so much that twenty girls could simultaneously come into the advocacy group. You were ready to do something a woman had never done before - fighting for herself.
Wives had always struggled for men and their kids. They were now prepared to struggle for their own people. And that is women's suffrage," calls a vote from the galery. "What can we do under these conditions other than vote for the ladies.